Ice Cube wants to see his Raiders play Cowboys in Super Bowl

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Ice Cube is a die-hard Raiders fan. He even hired former Raiders CEO Amy Trask as CEO of his BIG3 basketball league. So it’s no surprise the rapper and actor expects to see his team in the Super Bowl. (Not to mention it’s probably not a bad bet either.)

Ice Cube wants to see his Raiders play the Cowboys in Super Bowl LII.

Hopefully we’ll see [the Cowboys] in the Super Bowl — Cowboys vs. the Raiders,” Ice Cube told Adam Grosbard of the Dallas Morning News. “Cowboys vs. the Raiders, I think that would have a great ring to it.”

As good as the Raiders and Cowboys were in the 1970s, they never met in a Super Bowl. The franchises have combined fro 13 Super Bowl appearances and eight championships.

But Ice Cube was leery to pick the Cowboys considering the fact they have not had back-to-back winning seasons since 2008-09.

“It’s hard to predict them Cowboys, man,” Ice Cube said. “I think [they] are going to have a great regular season for sure. But they’re so hard to predict right now. That’s something I know is probably going to happen for sure. Then, after that, it’s really about guys being fed up and just refusing to lose.”

41 responses to “Ice Cube wants to see his Raiders play Cowboys in Super Bowl

  1. Wow. Now this is breaking news. How is every media outlet NOT reporting this. This story transcends sports and touches every heart and soul. Life just goes down from here.

  2. Does anyone find it completely laughable that prognosticators are picking the raiders despite the fact they haven’t even beaten the chiefs in like what 3 years but hey they are so talented right.

  3. The Raiders should have faced the Cowboys 40 years ago in Super Bowl 12 (giving the Raiders the opportunity to get back-to-back championships) The botched officials call on the Rob Lytle fumble in the 1977 AFC Championship Game against Denver was one of the hugest robberies in playoff history.

    This error was so obvious that the league was forced to issue a written apology to the Raiders after the fact despite the fact that Pete Rozelle & Al Davis hated each other. It was also a reason why they were forced to eventually go with replay challenges.

  4. The Dallas Cowboys will be in the Super Bowl. That’s a given. The Raiders, probably not.

  5. And I want someone to give me an Acura NSX. Both have a snow ball’s chance in hell of happening.

  6. Dudes a sellout. No longer relevant in any way, shape or form.
    Dancing with the Stars future contestant.
    Word em up!

  7. araidersfan says:
    Jul 15, 2017 4:38 PM

    The Raiders should have faced the Cowboys 40 years ago in Super Bowl 12 (giving the Raiders the opportunity to get back-to-back championships) The botched officials call on the Rob Lytle fumble in the 1977 AFC Championship Game against Denver was one of the hugest robberies in playoff history.

    Speaking of robberies in playoff games, the Raiders were gifted the 1976-77 championship after the Patriots were robbed on a bogus roughing the passer call in the AFCDPG, i guess it all evens out huh? 🙂

  8. you have to love these loser chef’s fan and all they want to talk about is regular season wins. that’s probably because they have only won 4 play off games since 1969 and no super bowl appearances or super bowl wins since 1969, how pathetic is that?

  9. ys:
    Jul 15, 2017 4:38 PM

    The Raiders should have faced the Cowboys 40 years ago in Super Bowl 12 (giving the Raiders the opportunity to get back-to-back championships) The botched officials call on the Rob Lytle fumble in the 1977 AFC Championship Game against Denver was one of the hugest robberies in playoff history.

    Speaking of robberies in playoff games, the Raiders were gifted the 1976-77 championship after the Patriots were robbed on a bogus roughing the passer call in the AFCDPG, i guess it all evens out huh? 🙂
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    Actually it was the right call Stabler was clearly
    hit it the head, it would be called 10 out of 10 times now a days, so try again, you clown

    it never evens out, the raiders have had the Broncos game, steelers game and patriots game all stolen from them, get a clue

  10. That Super Bowl would probably generate the highest T.V. ratings in the history of the sport. I would possibly be the highest rated sporting event in the history of North American sports.

  11. sportoficionado says:
    would be epic. Two strong fan-bases and two historically and presently relevant teams in the bowl would create a lot of excitement.

    Not to play grammar police, but you misspelled “e-x-c-r-e-m-e-n-t.”

  12. Are the Raiders still relocating to Vegas? The move was approved months ago by the owners yet Davis doesnt know where the stadium should go, doesnt know how much the land would cost, and of course, no construction firm has been hired. Looks like Sheldon has blocked the move big time.

  13. This would truly be an epic Super Bowl because both teams have global fan bases.

    The ratings would be off the hook and whether you gans of regional fan bases like it or not is irrelevant.

  14. ICE T…..err.. ICE Cube can hope all he wants, but thee Kansas City Chiefs OWN the AFC West.
    KC swept the Faiders last year, and the Chiefs have only gotten much better.
    People will see that Del Rio is an average coach and Carr has overachieved and will finally play down to his true talent which is average

    Ice Cube, come on out to Arrowhead Stadium(the loudest in the world) and watch the Chiefs dismantle the Patriots in the AFC title game, and travel with Chiefs Nation to the big game and watch the Big Red Machine destroy that other mediocre QB that had one good year…..Dak Prescott

  15. yoursoulcollector says:
    Jul 15, 2017 11:42 PM
    Are the Raiders still relocating to Vegas? The move was approved months ago by the owners yet Davis doesnt know where the stadium should go, doesnt know how much the land would cost, and of course, no construction firm has been hired. Looks like Sheldon has blocked the move big time.

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    Actually the lot where the Raiders are moving is empty across the street from Mandalay Bay. Just got back from Vegas a week ago. It will be done in two years.

  16. yoursoulcollector says:
    Jul 15, 2017 11:42 PM
    Are the Raiders still relocating to Vegas? The move was approved months ago by the owners yet Davis doesnt know where the stadium should go, doesnt know how much the land would cost, and of course, no construction firm has been hired. Looks like Sheldon has blocked the move big time.
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    This from the poster that gave us the term “college free agency.” Do you really just make everything up as you go along? I’m not even a Raiders fan and I know the land deal for 62 acres on Russell Rd closed at the beginning of May, the price was $77.5M. The construction firm that built Minnesota’s new stadium, Mortenson Construction will be lead contractor in a joint venture with McCarthy Construction. It was all posted right here at PFT.

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